Here GOES Radiotelescope

2020
Heidi Neilson and Harry Dove-Robinson
Here GOES Radiotelescope Website Screenshot

Here GOES Radiotelescope Website Screenshot. Courtesy Heidi Neilson and Harry Dove-Robinson (Jan 06, 2021)

Here GOES Radiotelescope Website Screenshot

Here GOES Radiotelescope Website Screenshot. Courtesy Heidi Neilson and Harry Dove-Robinson (Apr 24, 2020)

Here GOES Radiotelescope

Here GOES Radiotelescope. Courtesy the artists. (Aug 01, 2019)

Here GOES Radiotelescope Diagram

Here GOES Radiotelescope Diagram. Heidi Neilson and Harry Dove-Robinson (Aug 01, 2019)

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Here GOES Radiotelescope is an artist-run DIY ground station receiving GOES-16's faint, data-dense transmission, and is one of only about 10 independent civilian stations to do so. Visitors to the sculptural station sit within it and look through the “telescope” and see images of the Earth as they are being received from the satellite—from the seat, we effectively see ourselves through the satellite’s eyes. A generative audio stream interprets the interaction of the sun's energies with Earth's magnetosphere, a sonic imagining of the satellite's environment using space weather data collected from GOES-16 by Here GOES Radiotelescope. Remote visitors may access additional elements of the project at https://heregoesradio.com pictured above.